yeah g-spot...stop talking like a gangsta first.
Connectix (forgive the spelling), the guys that brought you some good ass hardware for mac os classic, came out w/a playstation 1 emulator that they sold commercially, got sued for, but were able to keep it out (i forget how they won). it was called connectix vgs, there was a krack out for it that'd play copied games also so you could do the whole 'backup' copies. it's pretty old, but it's damn solid, although, i don't know if an os x version ever came out.
there are NO ps2 emulators out...period. the ps2 is a 128 bit processor running i think 1 main cpu and 3 daughterboard processors (maybe not on another board, but they're there nonetheless). There was a serious effort to reverse engineer the ps2 for a mac os x emulator (much more of an effort than any other os b/c they actually became llc...limited liability co...and got external funding). That project got halted though either by sony or by investors becoming afraid of being sued...either way, nowadays, the dmca'll kill any united states effort for a ps2 emulator.
For the connectix vgs program try here
. It's just a google link, but whatever.
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